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Another thing to consider- if the lever broke from a blow, like the gun fell or was dropped, etc. that's one thing. But if the lever failed due to a too-high cocking effort, that should be corrected first. The lever pivot only needs a drop of oil occasionally, and the tip of the lever that contacts the plunger tube 'sear' should get a smear of good grease on reassembly.


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I really don't know if the my 94 (carbine stamped on the barrel) is a short or longer stock. I broke it about 50 years agoSmile.
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Not written in stone, but in this case the photo should hold:


If originality isn't an issue, I'd go with the more comfortable LOP of a longer stock, regardless of what it came with.
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Great reference.   And 7Shoot, one more thing to chew on.   Just because a gun was made with an aluminum lever doesn't mean it won't work with a plastic one.   In several cases I've interchanged plastic with aluminum and thus put old guns back in service.   Both straight and curved levers.

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